Virat Kohli, one of the great batsmen of the present time, has been battling for runs for a long time. Kohli was called a run machine, and he used to score centuries on consecutive centuries, but since 2019 he has not been able to score a century, and his poor form continues in IPL- 2022 (IPL 2022). Kohli has crossed the 40 mark only twice with the bat in the current season, while his bat has been calm in the rest of the matches.
This was not good for Royal Challengers Bangalore, but the team’s head coach Sanjay Bangar (Sanjay Bangar), defended Kohli. Bangalore suffered a crushing nine-wicket defeat at the hands of Sunrisers Hyderabad on Saturday.
In this match, Virat Kohli became the victim of a golden duck. Kohli could not open the account against Lucknow Super Giants in the earlier match and was dismissed on the first ball. He has not been able to score a century in any game format for the last three years. After the loss against Hyderabad, Bangar said, “He is doing everything in his control, but there comes a time in a player’s life when the first ball that comes out of the edge of his bat is caught. By the fielders.” ”
Consistently well done for Bangalore.
Sunrisers Hyderabad had bundled out RCB’s innings for just 68 runs in this match. “He (Virat Kohli) is a player who has consistently performed well for RCB,” Bangar said in a post-match press conference. Any player goes through such a bad phase. He had started the season brilliantly. He was run out in a match, and after that, the first ball that came out of the edge of the bat went into the hands of the fielders.
No attention was paid to Shastri’s statement.
Former Indian team coach Ravi Shastri recently said that fatigue dominates Virat Kohli, and he needs rest. When Bangar was asked about it, he did not give it much attention. This former batting coach of the national team said he is doing everything under his control. He is working on his fitness and skills and is taking good rest. He is not letting the pressure get to him; he is taking rest at regular intervals and will continue to do so.